Baker's Dozen Solitaire Rules
This game gets its name from the 13 columns making up the tableau, the number in a baker's dozen.
Baker's Dozen uses an open layout, with all cards revealed, making this a game of skill and strategy.
Number of Decks: 1
Initial Layout: Deal the entire deck in four rows of thirteen cards each, face up, overlapping the rows. Move each King to the bottom of the pile it was dealt to.
Object: Build the four foundations up in suit from Ace to King.
Play: Cards are built down regardless of suit. The top card is available for play to another pile, or to a foundation. Only one card at a time may be moved. Spaces are not filled.
Other Sources of Baker's Dozen Solitaire Rules
- BVS Development
- dogMelon Software
- Goodsol Development
- Rapture Technologies
- Semicolon Software
- SoliTaire Network
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